Ukrainian forces say they are in control of the Bagmuth front after the Russian offensive

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with Ukrainian soldiers at their positions in the front-line town of Bagmut (Ukrainian Presidential Press Service/Manual via REUTERS).

Los Ukrainian Armed Forces They said on Sunday that they are in control of the Bagmud front, a town in the Donetsk region (east), despite continued fire from troops. Vladimir Putin.

According to figures provided by the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, more than 50 Russian soldiers have died and around 80 have been injured in the context of the clashes on Baghmuth, which has become one of the most dangerous points in recent days. The conflict in Ukraine is heating up.

Spokesman of the Eastern Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Sergey Cherevy, said Moscow was paralyzed on the Bagmud front because of the “heroism” of Ukrainian troops. He promised something similar on Friday, stressing that Russia was suffering huge losses in human and military equipment.

Likewise, in his latest report collected by UNIAN news agency, Cherevi revealed that Russian troops, apart from operating in Pakmut and Avdiyivka. They plan to launch a counterattack and advance in the direction of Limanske.

Ukraine has vowed to keep control of Bakmut despite attacks by Russian troops (Sergey BOBOK / AFP).
Ukraine has vowed to keep control of Bakmut despite attacks by Russian troops (Sergey BOBOK / AFP).

On the other hand, the General Staff said on its Telegram profile that Ukrainian troops attacked the “headquarters of the occupiers” in Zabarin, Kherson region. “(Members of) the armed forces were detained. As a result, up to 70 soldiers were injured. The death toll is being clarified,” he says in his statement.

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According to the head of the regional military administration, the number of civilians killed in Kherson has risen to 16 in the past 24 hours. Yaroslav Yanushevich.

A total of 64 people were injured with varying degrees of severity, he added in a post on his Telegram channel, a day after the Russian attack in the center of the provincial capital.

“Invaders heavily shelled the center of Kherson city. They killed civilians, destroyed civilian buildings. Enemy fire also hit industrial facilities, medical centers and apartments,” he wrote.

Among the 16 dead, Yanushevich counted not only those who died directly as a result of Russian artillery fire, but also three state emergency service workers who were carrying out demining operations in the Perislav district.

Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Reuters via Sputnik/Russian Presidential Press Office/Kremlin)
Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Reuters via Sputnik/Russian Presidential Press Office/Kremlin)

The company announced on its Facebook account that three employees were killed in an enemy mine explosion.

Much of the Kherson region was partially retaken by Ukrainian forces by mid-November. According to regional authorities, it is covered in mines laid by the Russian army.

The city of Kherson was liberated by Ukrainian troops on November 11, although part of the region of the same name, on the other side of the Dnipro River that runs through the city, remains in the hands of the Russian army.

From the left bank of the river, the Russians, who maintain their positions there after the withdrawal, launch a series of attacks on the Ukrainians who have returned to their homes after recapturing the area.

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(with information from Europa Press and EFE)

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